Every artist need personal space for creating. That place needs to be very inspiring and intimate. I spend lots of hours in my studio and this is how I created it.
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Step 1: Step 1: Painting the Walls
I have decided that I like my studio to look like some of my paintings. I always imagine that I live in a painting so I started with the background .
I used acrylic colors for the design.
Step 2: Painting the Windows
I painted the windows too. I liked them to look like they are made in vitrage technique, but since that is too expensive I just used the acrylic color to achieve the wanted effect
Step 3: Choosing Pattern
The pattern I chose is inspired by the street art doodles and I was also inspired from the culture of oriental tribes.
Step 4: The Furniture
The furniture is separated. One part of the studio is settled for working. It has working table, art supplies, shelves and a lots of light. And the other part is settled for guests.
Step 5: Looking for a Furniture
Well I didn't had much money to buy new chairs or desks so I used and recreated what I already had. I painted my desk in black and red. Made a bench and put some pillows on it. The coffee table is actually a bottle shelve that I turned up-side down and I put two glass pieces and one wooden one that I previously painted in red. And that was pretty much all.
Step 6: The Best Working Place
It took me a week, several buckets of acrylic color and second hand furniture and I got the best art studio in the world.